|Mrs E Little (ELL)||Curriculum Leader - Health Education|
|Mrs C Patrick (CSP)||Assistant Curriculum Leader - Health Education|
|Mrs A Hayes (EAH)||Teacher - Food and Health Education|
|Mrs A Henderson (AMH)||Teacher - Food and Health Education (part time)|
What is the intent of the Health Education Curriculum?
To provide a curriculum in line with the new statutory guidance 2020 in which students have the knowledge, understanding, skills and attributes to be happy, healthy and safe in school now and for the future.
To learn how to value individual differences, encourage them to succeed in everything they do and help them to become caring, confident and responsible young people. This is in line with our school mission statement “We provide the best possible educational experience for all”
To create a safe, positive and stimulating environment for learning by developing an atmosphere of tolerance, trust and respect.
To provide opportunities for students to practice what they know through a variety of teaching strategies to deepen their understanding.
To develop the skills and attributes to be a good British Citizen understanding how to respect each other and not to show prejudice or discrimination.
To develop knowledge and understanding of all aspects of mental health and emotional wellbeing as well as physical health such as diet, exercise and first aid.
George Stephenson CSI Team
Our Celebration of Student Individuality Team welcomes everyone. We meet twice a week and is a safe, positive and stimulating environment in which we complete fun, exciting and educational project work/ lessons/ assemblies/ events/ activities/ displays and resources for Children's Mental Health Week, Anti-Bullying Week, Pride Month and Diversity Week as well as current issues. We promote inclusivity and value everyone's differences.
Student Health and Wellbeing
Our latest RSE Policy can be found in the Policies section of our website.